Exiles want US-Cuba expansion.
A 14-page proposal from the Cuban American National Foundation, lays out what it calls "a break from the past" that would "chart a new direction for U.S.-Cuba policy." It amounts to the most significant rejection of an approach that it helped shape and limited contact with the island;
The foundation will probably face opposition from Florida's four Cuban-American Republican members of Congress--Sen. Mel Martinez and Reps. Mario and Lincoln Diaz-Balart, and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, who oppose engagement with Cuba unless Havana meets strict conditions. Mr. Hernandez, however, said the foundation would not be intimidated by the old guard to which it once belonged.